# 1 and 100 Average 1 and 100 average provides the comprehensive information about what is the average of 1 and 100, and how it is being calculated mathematically. To calculate the average, the given quantities 1 and 100 can be of any physical quantity but both should have been expressed in the same measurement units.

1 and 100 average:
= (1 + 100)/2,
= 101/2,
= 50.5

Hence,
the average of 1 and 100 is equal to 50.5

where,
1 and 100 physical quantities in same measurement units,
101 is the sum of quantities,
2 is the total number of quantities,
50.5 is the average of 1 and 100

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## How-to: Average of 1 and 100

The step-by-step work shows how to find what is the average of 1 and 100. The solution for 1 and 100 average is same for all the following queries but have to append the measurement units based on the measurement units of physical quantities being measured.

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Solved Example:
what is the average of 1 and 100?

step 1 Address the input parameters and observe what to be found:
Input values:
Quantity A = 1
Quantity B = 100

What to be found:
Find the average of 1 and 100

step 2 Find the sum of quantities 1 and 100.
1 + 100 = 101

step 3 Find how many number of inputs:
The calculation involves two quantities 1 and 100, so the number of quantities is 2.

step 4 To find the average of 1 and 100, divide the sum of quantities 101 by the total number of quantities 2:
= 101/2
= 50.5
(1 + 100)/2 = 50.5

Hence,
50.5 is the average of 1 and 100. 